I discussed the reign of Queen Elizabeth II (1952-2022) and the future of the Crown in Canada during the reign of King Charles III in a panel discussion with Canada’s History Magazine
In my latest article for the Canadian Encyclopedia, I discuss the life and legacy of Princess Margaret including her tours of Canada and the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre in Toronto.
In an interview with Cassandra Szklarski at the Canadian Press, I discussed portrayals of Toronto and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s time in Canada as presented in the recent Netflix documentary, “Harry and Meghan.”
My new article in the Historica Canada Canadian Encyclopedia is about Autumn Phillips, the Canadian former wife of Queen Elizabeth II’s eldest grandchild, Peter Phillips.
I discussed Season 5 of The Crown on Netflix, which will be released on November 9, including why this season is more controversial than previous seasons, and how the priorities of historical fiction are different from those of historical scholarship.
My interview with CBC Airplay: What Is Queen Elizabeth II’s Legacy to Canada?
I discussed the English Consorts: Power, Influence, and Dynasty series with co-editors Elena Woodacre, Aidan Norrie, and Joanna Laynesmith on the Royal Studies Podcast including key themes in the history royal consorts, and the challenges of co-editing a book series that includes chapters on every English/British royal consort from 1066 to the present day!
Click here to purchase the first volume in the series to be published: Tudor and Stuart Consorts: Power, Influence and Dynasty, edited by Aidan Norrie, Carolyn Harris, J. L. Laynesmith, Danna R. Messer and Elena Woodacre.
I discussed the life and legacy of Queen Elizabeth II and popular perceptions of the royal family in Canada with Rabble Radio.
My new article in the Historica Canada Canadian Encyclopedia is about Princess Anne (HRH The Princess Royal) with a focus on her Canadian charitable work and patronages, official and working visits to Canada and her participation in the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal.